Unless you are employed in a very sensitive kind of financial institution or perhaps working for a company that requires security clearance, monitoring your credit scores might be considered a violation of your privacy. You might want to talk to a lawyer about that one. On the other hand, if you have signed authorization for your employers agets to monitor your credit they might just consider it necessary to ongoing employment.
A relationship bank account does not use money...
When writing a confirmation letter from an employer to open a new bank account, the letter should include the account number. The letter should also include when the account will be open.
When you pay your taxes to the state, you have an account number that identifies your company. When you pay, the amount is credited to the employer's account. It's the same as paying your taxes using a Social Security number.
If you would like your paycheck to be deposited directly into your bank account by your employer, so that you do not have to deposit it yourself, you can ask your employer to do that. (You will have to provide a void check, so that the employer knows which account to use.) Many companies, but not all companies, do this for their employees. Even if your employer does not currently offer this option, perhaps a new procedure can be introduced for the convenience of everyone. You can suggest it.
An individual cannot open a PF Account. Only his employer can open it on his/her behalf. If you want a pf account, you need to join a job where the employer provides PF benefits
Talk to the finance department of your employer
Typically, you can not provide your employer with your dad's bank details while you are waiting for your own bank account to be set up. Most employers require your name to be on the account before they can deposit money to an account.
When you join a company that offers provident fund benefits, they will open an account on your behalf and then you will get the account number. Ask your employer, they can give you
Talk to the finance department of your employer. They will know
You can either contact your employer or visit the regional pf office in your area and request them to search for your account by providing your details like name, date of birth, employer info etc
It would be wise to contact your current financial advisor
No. Unless the employer is a signer on the account s/he can not withdraw funds from the account. There are very serious penalties for anyone either taking money or giving money from someone else's bank account. An employer can, however, reverse a direct deposit made into an employee's bank account, so it can seem like a withdrawal, but it really isn't. (For example, if a direct deposit were made in an incorrect amount, it could be reversed for the purpose of correcting it.)
it's a liability account, it is use to record the amount of money employer owe to employee
You need to contact your employer and give them the new account number. You will most likely need to fill out a form giving them the routing number at your bank and the account number of the account you want it deposited to. Changes like these are usually done through the employer not the bank.
Contact your employer. They will have the PF account numbers
While it's a credit to your account, it's a debit to the Salary & Remuneration account of your Employer.
Yes, the PF Account is the total of the EE - Employee and ER - Employer contribution amounts.
Call and ask your employer and the IRS
You call the bank the account is with. You should be able to find this number in the phone book, or possibly on your account statements.
Yes. You can roll a previous employer's 401k balance into a new employer's 401k. You can also roll a previous employer's 401k balance into an individual retirement account (IRA) if you wish to maintain control over the investments.
Possibly, but you should consult your joint account holder before doing this.
could you possibly change the email address and your details and pass the account on to someone (preferably me)